This site is the work of the Anthro-

pocene Learning Community at the University of Oklahoma—an interdisciplinary group of faculty dedicated to examining the Anthropocene from a full range of academic perspectives, in order to understand better how humans’ transform the Earth through their habitation of it, and to imagine how the processes and results of habitation might better contribute to the Earth’s habitability.

  • For brief bios of the authors, and links to their posts, see the Who we are page.
  • For a fuller description of our goals for the site read our Prospectus.
  • For information about how the site is organized, see the Users’ Guide.
  • For information on reusing any of the content on the site see our Copyright and Licensing page.

The administrator of the site is Zev Trachtenberg; he can be reached via this form:

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